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Iya no Kazurabashi

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“Iya no Kazurabashi,” known as one of Japan’s three largest strange bridges, is made by putting together five tons of vines, replaced every three years. The bridge is full of thrills, creaking and shaking with every step you take (the bridge, which is 45 meters long, two meters wide and 14 meters above the water, is designated as an important tangible folk cultural property by the state).

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Street address

162-2 Zentoku Nishiiyayamason, Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima Prefecture


  • Get off at Kazurabashi bus stop, several minutes by foot

Opening Hours

From sunrise to sunset


Seven days a week



Best season

All year


The bridge is said to have been originally built by the Heike samurai clan. The bridge was made of vines so that it could be cut off any time to allow them to flee from the pursuers.

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